The OKC-9/11 connection, again

by Joseph Farah -- For more than 10 months, I have been wondering out loud if the FBI and other federal authorities would take a new look at the broader conspiracy of more…

Finding joy while saying 'goodbye'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- While the rising summer sun chased away night's darkest hours, my somber privilege was to be holding my mother's soft, swollen hand as she left the painful confines more…

It's the SAT scores, stupid!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- One of my listeners recently sent me a letter to the editor from a parenting magazine. The so-called professional responses to the question sent in by the reader more…

WND's foreign relations

by Joseph Farah -- I have received many honors since launching WorldNetDaily more than five years ago. I have also received many awards and accolades in my 20-year newspaper career before starting more…

Is protectionism America's future?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "For the first time in more than two decades, trade barriers are moving in the wrong direction. This isn't the 1930s ... but Pat Buchanan is one happy more…

Liberal lunacy always blames things, not people

by Michael Medved -- The contrast in recent headlines by the two major cable TV news networks cast startlingly vivid light on the fundamental difference between conservative and liberal worldviews. After a more…

Another day older

by Barbara Simpson -- How old are you? Young, middle-aged, old – or really o-l-d? Are you as old as you are, as old as you look or as old as you more…

Gore's wishful posturing

by Kyle Williams -- After the attacks in September, Al Gore stood behind the president just like every other liberal Democrat politician, complimenting and encouraging President Bush. I guess the events of more…

Gore's revenge

by Gordon Prather -- You probably thought that, when President Bush rejected the Kyoto Global Warming Protocols, that was the end of it for all of us. At least until Jan. 20, more…